Now, The Walt Disney Family Museum is back at it again, this time with a virtual exhibition inspired by “it’s a small world,” where members of the global community were asked to “share their vision for a just and equitable present.” And you can enjoy it ALL from the comfort of your couch!
The global health crisis continues to be a challenge for the travel industry, especially for Disney, which temporarily closed its theme parks all over the world. Although most have reopened, Disneyland in California has not.
California’s response to the global pandemic, in particular, has kept many attractions in the state closed, although the Walt Disney Family Museum did have the opportunity to reopen on November 5th.
The global health crisis has been a challenge for the travel industry, particularly for Disney, which operates theme parks around the world.
And although Disneyland still remains closed for the time being, one Disney-related attraction in California will reopen soon.
As part of their Happily Ever After Hours series, we’ve learned how to make a Gurrtiki last spring ( it’s an homage in a glass to Disney Legend Bob Gurr!). Now a brand new roster of education talks has just been announced for the late half of August and into September.
Even though The Walt Disney Family Museum located in San Francisco closed before Disney World and Disneyland, they’ve been continuing to entertain and educate fans everywhere!
After all, they added a little magic to our day when they shared the recipe for how to make a Gurrtiki (an homage in a glass to Disney Legend Bob Gurr.).
I’m a huge fan of the Walt Disney Family Museum, and anything they do is OK with me! Unfortunately, I don’t get to plug their work much here on the blog, as little of it is food related 🙁 However, they’ve finally sent a press release my way that I can “sink my teeth into!”
Join KRON 4’s Jan Wahl at The Walt Disney Family Museum for an afternoon of Bay Area film and food. San Francisco is the star of this Reel Local film program that features popular cinematic hits and local, mouth-watering treats. From Vertigo to Dirty Harry experience San Francisco through the eyes of Hollywood while you snack on unbeatable Bay Area bites, wine, and brews! Menu and film listings below: [Read more…]
By now you’ve seen countless harbingers of the Walt Disney Family Museum’s historic October 2009 opening. Tickets are on sale, and sneak peeks of gallery items have been floating around the web for a while now. (Here’s an interesting introductory article by WDWforGrownups.com.)
And while I can’t wait to see Walt’s father’s fiddle, the first Dopey model figure from Snow White, Walt and Lillian’s marriage certificate, and everything else in those galleries, you KNOW what I’m most excited about in this brand new Disney establishment… .
All we know right now is that the Museum Cafe will be run exclusively by Wolfgang Puck, which you know is nothing to sneeze at if you’ve ever experienced his incredible restaurants. We’re hoping for more info about potential dishes soon, but in the meantime, the website lets us know that the cafe, “offers a menu inspired by fresh, local ingredients including healthy, organic items and many child friendly selections.” Sounds very San Francisco-y and yummy, don’t you think?
I probably won’t be able to get there for the museum’s opening, so should any of you D23ers or San Francisco-ans be willing to take photos or share a review of the cafe, let me know!